Panel discussion on the occasion of the exhibition "Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" at Pratt Library, 2017.
"Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" Exhibition
Panelists: Alex Bacon, Robert C. Morgan, Raquel Rabinovich
Moderator: Martha Wilson
"Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" is a solo exhibition that brings together drawings from her ongoing “River Library” series in the context of the Pratt Library in Brooklyn. A library within a library. Co-sponsored by the Pratt Institute Libraries and Franklin Furnace Archive, the exhibition is curated by Alex Bacon, a scholar, writer and curator based in New York City. Exhibition dates: January 31 – April 3, 2017
Sculpture and Dance Collaboration, 2014
This video by Camilo Rojas documents the sculpture and dance collaborations between Raquel Rabinovich and Julie Manna, Hudson River, 2013
Emergences Video, 2013
"Emergences" is a series of stone sculpture installations constructed in site-specific locations along the shores of the Hudson River that Raquel Rabinovich began in 2001. They are slowly concealed and revealed each day with the rising and falling of the river tides. This video by Camilo Rojas documents "Emergences" from 2001 to 2012.
Cuenca Biennial Video, 2009
Raquel Rabinovich represented the USA at the10th International Cuenca Biennial, Ecuador, 2009. Her exhibition, "River Library," included a site-specific stone sculpture installation and drawings that were presented in The Poetics of Water section of the Biennial. The sculpture installation was created using stones found in the four rivers of Cuenca: the Tomebamba, the Yanuncay, the Tarqui, and the Machangara. The stones were returned to their respective rivers at the closing of the Biennial.
The drawings, from the "River Library" series, were made with mud from rivers from all over the world. This video documents the exhibtion.
Time of the Gazing: A Glance at Raquel Rabinovich, 2000
A documentary that explores Rabinovich's work and icludes interviews with the artist, Linda Weintraub, Charles Stein and John Isaacs. Produced by Camilo Rojas in 2000. Music by Pauline Oliveros.